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Synonyms for barman

an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar

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They will probably be thinking you went to the West for freedom and money and now you return as a waiter and barman, that's progress for you.
Barman apparently got stuck beneath the sand and boulders, according to an investigation at the site.
When evidence of murder is inconclusive, Barman said, judges will often still issue sentences, but shorter sentences.
But Smith's lawyer Callum Anderson told Falkirk Sheriff Court the barman had engaged in "conversation and banter" with the three throughout the evening.
The barman said Mr Blackledge, a father-of-two, "pleaded" for another drink and the "happy-go-lucky" customer's behaviour had changed when this was refused.
Police are appealing for any witnesses who know the identity of the customer who punched the barman to get in touch.
The arrested man is a 39-year-old barman who worked at the luxury hotel in Paris' 8th district.
The video shows one of the masked assailants going behind the bar with a large knife and demanding the barman open the safe while another goes into a back room with a shotgun and kicks a customer.
On September 19 they spoke on the telephone and Barman told her "I'll burn the house down with you in it", Teesside Crown Court heard.
So, here we have stated that even if the federal funds are stopped we shall continue maintaining our reserves through our state funds," Barman told mediapersons after an event in the Royal Bengal Tiger rescue centre in Khayerbari in Cooch Behar District on Tuesday.
dubai Acknowledging the presence of a barman, much less recognising his skill and talent, is a rare occurrence in Dubai.
He looks up at the barman to see if he had said anything, but since he was on the other side of the bar the man just ignores it.
SCOTT BARMAN HAS LOVED COINS since he was 9 years old.
The barman, watched by the extra drinkers in the pub, because word gets round, gives the rabbit the pint and the toastie.
Peter McLaughlin, 29, barman, Cowgate: I got a beautiful glass ashtray when the smoking ban came in and the pub I worked in was getting rid of them.